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Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos is due to speak with investors in London on Thursday but it is the discussion with the institutions over next year’s pension cuts, rather than market access or investments, that is topping the agenda at home.
An interview given by Tsakalotos to news website Newpost ahead of his trip served to outline the Greek government’s position on the pension issue as Athens tries to step up its efforts to convince the lenders to scrap the measure following talks in the ...
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